There's no more Moroccan way to go sightseeing than on the back of a camel. And with this two-hour ride in a caravan, you'll be at one with nature as well. We'll journey through Souss Massa National Park, just south of Agadir, where you'll have the chance to spot desert wildlife. Then, round off the experience with tasty local tea and pastries.We'll head to a ranch in Souss Massa, where you'll be partnered with a camel between two people before beginning your adventure. The camel trail takes you through parts of Souss Massa sprinkled with exotic landscapes, sandy dunes and the shade of fragrant eucalyptus trees. It's a route the whole family will enjoy.Over the two-hour trip, you'll enjoy a privileged view over the countryside and the chance to spot wildlife in its natural surroundings. Once you arrive back at the ranch, you'll be treated to some sweet Moroccan tea and tasty pastries in typical local hospitality – a great way to round off your experience.
Agadir Crocoparc is one of Morocco's top things to do. It's home to 400 crocodiles, some of which are over 4 metres long. Watch them dozing on the banks and peering from the water, and coo over the beady-eyed baby crocs in the nursery. And if you're here at feeding time, there's another treat – watching the adults fight over chunks of raw meat.
This early morning hot air balloon ride from Agadir features a bird's-eye view to beat all others. You'll begin at the crack of dawn with a 4x4 ride across the land to where your hot air balloon is being prepared. A small continental breakfast will be served as they inflate the balloon, then once you're in the basket, you'll start to rack up the distance between you and the ground as you glide through the sky. On a clear day, you'll see the snow-capped Atlas Mountains and the sparkle of the Atlantic Ocean contrast against the arid landscape. Afterwards, you'll be invited for a typical breakfast.
Dip your toe into Agadir's history and culture, with a half-day tour to all its hotspots. See local artisans at work in Kasbah Souss, take a stroll along the port and round and get your bearings with free time in the town.You'll get to know the heritage of the local Berber people first with a visit to Kasbah Souss. An Aladdin's cave of artisan crafts, it's home to glassmakers, potters, carpet weavers and more. It's a great place to pick-up gifts. Next, we'll drive through the port area, where you can catch sight of the fishermen offloading their catch of the day. Then, it's on to the new town and the main streets of Agadir.We'll then slow down the pace so that you can enjoy some free time to wind your way around the main market. Haggling with stallholders for spices, crafts, furnishings and more isn't just part of the experience – it's expected. Or why not sip on a mint tea as you watch the world around you.
Sitting in the shadow of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakech is a rich tapestry of spice-scented souks, street magicians and steaming food carts. You'll kick off in style with a visit to the Koutoubia Mosque, a medieval masterpiece. You'll then explore the Bahia Palace before going into the depths of the maze of souks and the medina. After lunch in the opulent surroundings of a riad, we'll head to Jemaa el-Fnaa square – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There's free time to explore, shop, sample some street food, before rounding off with a dinner show and a chance to explore the area's night-time excitements by yourself or with your guide.
From sea level to high altitude, this is a full day trip with a side-order of adventure. You'll travel by 4x4 high into the Atlas Mountains from the coastal plains of Agadir for views over valleys and time to discover picturesque Berber villages.Your High Atlas Mountains off-road adventure tour begins with a photo stop at the cool, palm-clad Tamzargout oasis, where we can stretch our legs. As we travel higher up into the mountains, the jaw-dropping views over Paradise Valley are sure to leave an impression. We'll arrive at the Berber village of Tiskijji to visit a traditional Berber house and experience a traditional breakfast of homemade bread and mint tea before setting off for a drive along mountain roads to Immouzer.Here, we'll be able to admire the rocky panorama and then walk down from the fort for an al-fresco three-course lunch. You'll have some free time to sit back and take in your surroundings before we return to Agadir through the mountains along a different route.
If you want an experience that'll get the adrenaline pumping through your veins, then this thrilling buggy adventure is for you. You'll be able to admire the coastal and rural landscape just outside of Agadir, but in a way that you won't forget. After a quick introduction to buggy handling and a safety briefing from your guide, you'll be ready for the off. Hop into your two-seater buggy and set off into the countryside leaving just a cloud of dust behind you. You'll have fun speeding along country tracks and testing your off-road driving skills.We'll stop at a mid-way point and take a break in a local house for some traditional sweet Moroccan tea and homemade bread. And after recharging your batteries, it's time for the second half of your buggy adventure as we head back to the starting point. You'll then be transferred back to your hotel in a much more sedate style.
Known as the ‘Jewel of the Atlantic', Essaouira is an atmospheric fishing port with age-old souks, pastel blue seaside houses, and a bustling UNESCO-listed Medina. Leaving Agadir in the early morning, we'll travel to Essaouria. In the city, your guide will take you around the fortified Medina, port, market, jewellers' district and the artisan complex. In the afternoon, you'll have free time for lunch and exploring the city at your own pace. Haggle for souvenirs and walk along the golden sandy beach before rounding off the day browsing the artworks at the Espace Othello Gallery.
A scenic drive through the timeless Atlas Mountains, this trip reveals a traditional side of Agadir life. You'll drink tea with the locals in typical Berber hamlets, visit fishing villages full of age-old souks and walk through a palm-filled oasis in the middle of the desert. To top it all is Tamri – a surfer's paradise surrounded by sand dunes.
If you're an early bird and you love making the most of your mornings, then a two-hour trek in the Atlas Mountains will leave you feeling invigorated and ready to explore. You'll be led by an expert guide on a trek through Taghrat Ouankrim, not far from Agadir.You'll head out into the peace and quiet of the Atlas Mountains early in the morning to avoid the heat of the midday sun. Along the journey, you'll stop at Alma village to take in the views as well as the verdant green Tamzargout Oasis for a photo stop. Once we arrive at Aksri, a typical Berber village, you'll be treated to a traditional breakfast – ideal for charging your batteries ahead of the trek.From here, you'll then set off on a two-hour trail, passing by deep craggy gorges, soaring summits and rocky expanses. This trail is a great opportunity to experience the Atlas Mountains up close and escape into the tranquillity of nature.
Book now your private half-day excursion in Agadir, enjoy its beautiful sand beaches, and sea views, and spend time in a colorful Berber market
Sailing out of Agadir, you'll have nothing but peace and tranquillity around you on this expedition aboard a local fishing boat. Sunbathe on board, jump into the ocean for a swim or two and take in the views – and then cast that rod into the Atlantic. And it goes without saying, there's a fresh fish lunch, too.After pick-up at your hotel, join the crew at the port and sail out to a place where you can try your hand at fishing. And in between stops, you can work on that tan on the open sundeck. Fishing equipment and bait are provided. All you need to bring is your bathing gear and camera for those Insta-perfect moments.Enjoy a delicious freshly cooked fish lunch surrounded by azure waters and the mountains way off in the distance. What's more, there'll be another swimming stop for you to freshen up, before the boat speeds back along the coast to dry land.
It's the classic mode of transportation in Morocco – a camel trail through the desert. On this sunset tour, you'll tower above the dunes and ride through Souss-Masa National Park. Then round off the evening with a tea and a freshly sizzled barbecue dinner in the open air.After pick-up from your hotel, you'll arrive at the camel ranch ready for your desert adventure. With two people per camel, you'll sway through the countryside towards Souss-Massa where you'll have the best vantage point to spot the changing colours and wildlife of this desert oasis.Then, back at the ranch, you'll finish it off with a glass of authentic Moroccan tea and cookies. Relax on the terrace while your barbecue dinner is being prepared, then tuck in under the dusky sky.
Morocco's southern coast is the go-to spot for standout scenery – and it's even better at sunset. See it all with a side order of action as you tear across the sands of Banana Beach by dirt buggy. After the action, you'll catch a spectacular sunset at a Bedouin beach camp, followed by a barbecue meal and some traditional fire-eating entertainment.
See Agadir, the Atlas mountains and Atlantic ocean from a different point of view. Taste a berber breakfast and have fun with family and friends.
Famous for its age-old souks, pastel blue seaside houses and a bustling UNESCO-listed Medina, it's easy to see why Essaouira is the ‘Jewel of the Atlantic'. And with this small-group tour, you'll get to know even more about this Moroccan gem. You'll visit Othello Gallery, try local products at an argan oil farm and have free time for lunch, too.
Marrakech is a mishmash of rainbow-coloured sights, sounds and smells. Get lost in the city's stall-stuffed alleyways and souks with this exclusive small-group tour.From Agadir, we'll travel to Marrakech by coach. We'll kick off in style with a visit to the easy-on-the-eye Koutoubia Mosque, a medieval masterpiece that's the city's most recognisable landmark. You'll then explore the beguiling Bahia Palace before going into the depths of the maze of souks and the medina.After lunch in the opulent surroundings of a riad, we'll head to the pulsating Jemaa el-Fnaa square – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The life and soul of the city, you'll have free time to explore, shop, sample some street food, or just soak up the atmosphere of this bustling area. We round off with a dinner show, before a chance to explore the night-time excitement of Jemaa el-Fnaa by yourself or with your guide.
Experience life like a desert nomad with this two-day tour of Morocco's most remote corners. By day, we'll tick-off typical villages, viewpoints, beautiful beaches and a bustling souk. And in between, enjoy an evening of Berber food, entertainment and a night spent in a traditional tent under the stars.
Enjoy a camel trek in the Souss-Massa and have moroccan tea under the stars of the desert. Also, taste a delicious BBQ dinner.
Go Google-free and leave your guidebook at home. Get to know Agadir like a local with this small group tour. You'll stroll along the marina, snap selfies at the sandcastle-like ruins of the Kasbah and head into town to barter for bargains in the spice-scented souk. And after a whirlwind visit, you'll be back at your hotel in time for dinner.